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Biographical entry Barlow, George Edgerton (1924 - 2005)

AM

Born
22 November 1924
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Died
7 October 2005
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Occupation
Computer scientist

Summary

George Edgerton Barlow developed a telemetry converter design in the mid 1950s which enabled computer output to be converted to graphic form for human use.

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1957 - 1960
Career position - Worked in the Australian Embassy in Washington
1961 - 1965
Career position - Principal Research Scientist with Computer Electronics at the Weapons Research Establishment
1965 - 1968
Career position - First Assistant Controller of the Department of Supply Melbourne
1968 - 1974
Career position - Superintending Scientist with the Department of Defence in Canberra
1970 - 1987
Career position - Member of the Radio Research Board
1974 - 1980
Career position - Controller of Projects and Analytical Studies
1977
Career position - Chairman of the Australian Institute of Physics, ACT branch
1980
Career position - Foundation member of the Australian Computer Research Board
1980 - 1987
Career position - Deputy Chief Defence Scientist
1987
Award - Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

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See also

Rosanne Walker